Hydro Green Energy's leadership team holds over 60 years of experience in the U.S. power sector, over 18 years in the hydropower sector and has developed over 10,000 MW of power generation. With our team of seasoned power industry professionals and strategic partners, we aim to lead a new era of responsible hydropower growth in the U.S. and Latin America.
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Mr. Maley has over 25 years of experience developing, designing, constructing and operating power generation facilities. He has developed or acquired more than $5 billion of electric generating assets and negotiated power purchase agreements in excess of $25 billion.
Mr. Maley was most recently President and Chief Executive Officer of Perpetual Energy Systems, a solar energy company. He also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Alliant Energy Generation, a subsidiary of Alliant Energy.
Mr. Maley holds a BSME from the University of Iowa, a MSCE from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a MEM from Northwestern University. Mr. Maley is a Registered Professional Engineer in several states and is also a member of the Advisory Board for the University of Iowa - College of Engineering. Mr. Maley also serves on the NHA CEO Council.
Mr. Krouse founded Hydro Green Energy in 2002. Mr. Krouse invented a modular and interchangeable hydropower system that has been issued several U.S. and foreign patents. Mr. Krouse's goal is to commercialize the technology to generate cost effective, zero carbon, renewable energy without having to construct new dams or impoundments.
Mr. Krouse has experience in managing and driving growth to profitability in small start-up companies. Mr. Krouse held International Business Development, Marketing and Technical Sales positions with Nalco/Exxon Energy Chemicals between 1995-2001. Mr. Krouse held Senior Field Engineer and Field Engineer Positions with Schlumberger between 1993-1995.
Mr. Krouse graduated from Tulane University in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering. Mr. Krouse was the Research & Development Chairperson of the National Hydropower Association in 2007.
Mr. Stover directs HGE's regulatory, policy, political and public affairs efforts, and helps to develop business and project development strategies with the executive team. He also serves as HGE's spokesman. Prior to joining HGE, Mr. Stover spent nearly two years with the Austin-based consulting firm Good Company Associates, where he advised a number of renewable energy and energy efficiency clients on policy matters and business strategies.
Mr. Stover served for six years as the director of government affairs and media relations for the National Hydropower Association (NHA) in Washington, DC, where he secured several provisions in EPAct 2005, including a tax credit valued at approximately $200 million, as well as $35 million in appropriations for industry R&D efforts.
Mr. Stover is a 1994 graduate of Syracuse University, where he obtained a B.A. in political science with a specialization in foreign affairs. Mr. Stover is a Board Member of NHA through 2014 and served as the Vice Chair of the NHA New Technologies Council from 2008-2010.
Mr. Hammond has 25 years of experience financing energy companies and power generation facilities as both a developer and an investor. Mr. Hammond closed over $2 billion in energy transactions, including gas-fired plants and a variety of renewable energy projects (wind, solar and hydropower).
Prior to joining HGE, Mr. Hammond was Senior Vice President of Finance at Airtricity, Inc., a major wind developer, until its sale to E.ON Climate & Renewables. Mr. Hammond was a Managing Director at GE Energy Financial Services and led the Energy & Project Finance Team at Heller Financial, Inc.
Mr. Hammond holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Rochester and earned an MBA from Northeastern University.